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In the STYLE ISSUE

  • Women's Style - 'Last' of Brighton and 'Gaia' of Manchester, two Boutiques that are a must to visit!
  • Baby Style - Bonnie Baby founder and designer, Tracey Samuel, talks to Pecha Kucha about her aim to bring beautiful clothing to babies.
  • Obsessed by colour, Better Thinking are surrounded by hundreds of little squares of fabric, each of them a slightly different shade.
  • Men's Style - Robert Green tells PK passionately about his idea not to create an ethical men’s clothing brand but to create a men’s clothing brand with ethical credentials.

  • HOT AND NEW loyale's Charlotte Wrap Dress, the world's first Climate Change Calender, the Eco-Kettle and the complete Beauty and Salon collection from John Masters' Organics.
  • Win a babygod Organic Cotton Black Raglan T-Shirt!
  • News Focus, what's hitting the headlines AND
  • Walk the Talk, what to see and do this fortnight.


  • We hope you really enjoy Pecha Kucha. Have a great weekend.
    Rachel, The Natural Store x
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    Women's Style

    Gaia of Manchester and Last of Brighton - two beautiful, ethical and original Boutiques that you really need to visit!

    Click here to read


    Baby Style
    Bonnie Baby founder and designer, Tracey Samuel, tells Pecha Kucha about the formation of her company and her aim to bring beautiful clothing to babies…

    Click here to read




    WHAT'S NEW AND HOT at The Natural Store
    (click on image to go to product)
    Charlotte Wrap Dress

    Loyale's AW 06 Collection includes this versatile and elegant Black Charlotte Wrap Dress. £94



    World's 1st Climate Change Calendar 2007



    Printed in the UK on 80% recycled paper, this Calendar powerfully illustrates climate change with two stunningly beautiful images, info and guide to positive action each month - £11.99


    Eco Kettle

    Save Water, Save Time, Save Energy by boiling exactly the right amount of water every time you boil with the Eco Kettle. It is estimated that, on average, we boil twice the volume of water needed every time and with a 3kW kettle that's the same as wasting the energy of around 50 light bulbs!
    £39.99

    Many New John Masters' Organic Products
    If you are a fan of John Masters' Organics we now have the full beauty and salon collection available at The Natural Store including their Mandarin Maximum Moisturiser and Blood Orange & Vanilla Soy Wax Candle.
    From £6 to £41


    Better Thinking's Perfect T-Shirt
    Obsessed by colour, Better Thinking are surrounded by hundreds of little squares of fabric, each of them a slightly different shade.

    Click here to read







    WALK THE TALK - What to see and do this fortnight

    [RE]DESIGN 06

    21-26 Sep
    Brick Lane, London
    Free Entry

    more info


    BICYCLE BALLET

    Fri 22 Sept
    Free Entry

    Celebrates Car
    Free Day
    A spectacular dance of bicycles
    more info


    LONDON FASHION WEEK

    Estethica - Eco Sustainable Fashion

    18-22 Sept
    Free Entry upon Registration
    more info


    Men's Style

    "My idea was not to create an ethical men’s clothing brand but to create a men’s clothing brand with ethical credentials." Robert Green passionately talks to Pecha Kucha about babygod, his new clothing brand.

    Click here to read




    NEWS FOCUS - What's being talked about in the Press

    How Can A Student Lead A Green Lifestyle? With ecoversities thin on the ground, your best bet is to cut toxins, carry a solar panel and get on your bike, says Lucy Siegle for The Observer. Click here for article.

    Rivals Vie Over How Green Is Their Hi-Tech Airline. For three decades, Airbus and Boeing have been engaged in a titanic battle for supremacy in the global market for commercial airliners. But with soaring oil prices as well as increasing pressure from environmental groups and governments over carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, that battleground is increasingly shifting to fuel efficiency. Hans Kundnani reports for The Guardian. Click here for article.

    Learning Environment. Will your kids be taught eco-issues at school? Anna Shepard for The Times looks at schemes for pupils and parents. Click here for article.

    Firms Jump On The Green Bandwagon. Responding to climate change is giving companies the chance to look good and make money, reports Grant Ringshaw for The Times. Click here for article.

    The Green House. If you have a green energy supplier it just means that you pass the pollutant parcel says Will Anderson for The Independent. Click here for article.

    Building For The Future. If you think of eco-friendly houses as rather oddball, think again. Mainstream builders are eager to save the planet - and not just out of the kindness of their hearts. Graham Norwood reports for The Telegraph. Click here for article.


    COMPETITION
    Win a Babygod Black Raglan Organic Cotton Fair Trade T-Shirt!


    To be in for a chance to win, simply tell us - from the article above titled 'Babygod - Men's Style' - which country babygod's organic cotton is grown and produced in. Please also let us know which size t-shirt you would prefer from small, medium, large or extra large. Then click on the 'Submit Answer' button. The first correct answer will receive an Organic Cotton Black Raglan Babygod T-Shirt in the size of your choice and their name will be listed in the next issue of Pecha Kucha.

    The winner of our last competition to win two pots of Babaloo's Scrummy Shea Balm was Mrs J Partington-Smith from Plymouth. Well Done, Jane!

    Answer:

    your email:


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